Last week I took the AZ-400 exam and I passed succesfully. This exam counts for the Microsoft Certified Azure DevOps Engineer Expert certification track.  I found this exam quite challeging because it leans heavily on your dev experience. I’m not a very experienced developer so some topics were challeging. NeverthelessRead More →

If you currently use PowerCLI to automate basic tasks with pre-defined scripts, you’ll already know how powerful automation can be. However, taking the next step and customizing scripts to carry out tasks specifically designed for your needs opens a whole new world of opportunities. This new eBook from Altaro takesRead More →

When you have – like me – multiple Azure subscriptions and they all have the same subscription name (something like Visual Studio Enterprise – MPN for example ) it can be difficult to separate them. I advice you to rename your subcriptions and give them a clear name to identifyRead More →

After an extended period of testing in the Release Preview ring, Microsoft has finally started rolling out the May 2019 Update to Windows 10 users, albeit in a “measured and throttled” way. You might be able to get it now by going through Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update or, failing that, via the Media Creation tool.Read More →

This is how you can encrypt your Azure virtual machine disks : az vm encryption enable –resource-group “ResourceGroupOfVM” –name “VMName” –disk-encryption-keyvault “/KeyVaultResourceIDHere” –volume-type All You can find your keyvault Resource ID here :   The reason that I used the Resource id instead of the keyvault name is that nowRead More →